Degree Apprenticeships explained?
Did you know you don’t have to go to Uni to do a Degree?
Find out how you can study for a Bachelors or Masters Degree via the Apprenticeship route.
Degree Apprenticeships are a form of further education for you to be able to learn and study towards a degree level qualifications such as a Bachelors or Masters Dgree.
Why study for a degree through an apprenticeship?
Study through a Degree Apprenticeship route gives you on the job training that you wouldn’t receive whilst at University. Having on the job training whilst study for a Bachelors or asters degree through an apprenticeship gives you an added advantage to those studying through university.
What benefits would I receive doing a Degree Apprenticeship?
Apart from stating the obvious, you will receive other benefits such as being paid to study meaning you will not be burden with the high levels of debt normally associated with going to university.
What is the entry requirements for Degree Apprenticeships?
There are two routes to starting a Degree Apprenticeship:
- Completing your A-Levels via Sixth form to achieve the qualifying criteria
- Advanced Apprenticeships give you the required A-Level equivalent to be able to advance to a Degree Apprenticeship.
How long will it take to get my degree through an apprenticeship?
If you are starting a Degree Apprenticeship with the relevant qualifying criteria it would take anywhere between 3-5 years depending on the course you are studying, just like it would at University. If you are taking the Advanced Apprenticeship route it would take an additional 12-24 months.